Flying Into Daybreak

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Sunday 26th February 2006

America's Charlie Hall has new album produced by David Hodges.

AMERICAN singer/songwriter and worship leader Charlie Hall, who has risen to prominence with the annual Passion event, returns with a new album released in the UK through Survivor Records. 'Flying Into Daybreak' is described as "a little artsy and a little rocky, but accessible." Genesis for the album occurred at Passion '05 when he met with David Hodges, who has written for and produced Evanescence, among others. A friendship formed between the two and Hodges signed on to produce 'Flying Into Daybreak', helping to capture Charlie's desire for a new and different sound. The songs for the album also found inspiration from Charlie's church, Bridgeway Community in Oklahoma City. Said Hall, "The church really lives out their faith. There's not a sense of anyone just trying to put on some sort of spiritual face. They just want to go and give their lives away. Despite the struggles they're dealing with in their own lives, they're continually working towards God and doing his work, his mission, and what he asks of them. Along with them, I'm just ready to hand my life over - my time, my money, my family - I'm ready to be a part of his heart and his dream."  CR

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